Russian President Vladimir Putin and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson met on Sunday on the sidelines of a conference on Libyan peace.
The world’s most famous ship is still resting in its watery grave 13,000 feet below the sea, slowly disappearing thanks to rust-munching bacteria. A private firm aims to retrieve surviving artefacts from inside the shipwreck – a UNESCO cultural heritage site – sidestepping a treaty signed between the United States and Britain.
A seemingly innocuous clip of French tennis player Elliot Benchetrit on Saturday went viral as he was handed a banana by a ball girl when taking a break during his Australian Open qualifying match.
Chinese authorities confirm that the new virus can spread through human contact, with cases reported in several Asian countries and one suspected in Australia.
On Monday, US President Donald Trump reportedly agreed to hold off on tariffs with France until digital tax negotiations at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are over.
Meng was forced to abandon his position as Interpol's president in 2018 after being arrested on charges of corruption and the misuse of authority for personal gain during his time as Chinese vice minister of public security.
In only a matter of decades, Finland's birth rate has plummeted from 1.87 births per woman as recently as in 2010 to a record low of merely 1.41. This is bound to have major economic consequences, businesses warn.
In late December, the same UFO enthusiast uploaded a YouTube video of what looked like an unidentified flashing object in the sky above the Mojave Desert, moving towards Nellis Air Force Base.